Pricing for RELIABILT doors...too good to be true?
We have just started building a new home. Builders are getting ready to order doors and windows.
We received an estimate for all the exterior doors from the local lumberyard that our builders use. The prices were TWICE as high as prices for Reliabilt doors at Lowes.
The doors are 6 panel steel doors, prehung, primed for paint.
There is one door that will be a 6 ft wide steel, 6 panel double door.
The lowes doors are literally half the price! The single door is as low as $139, whereas the lumberyard price is in the $300-400's
My question is...does anyone know if Reliabilt, specifically the steel exterior doors are any good?
We bought Reliabilt interior doors from Lowes for our current home a few years ago when we built. The doors were solid core, 6-panel, oak doors, and we saved a LOT of money buying them from Lowes. The doors have, BTW held up beautifully after 5 years. At the time, our builders expressed concern with us buying doors from Lowes, telling us we'd likely have problems with warping etc...but we've had no problems whatsoever (so far).
Can anyone shed any light on this?
Thanks for your help!